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Brule Formation

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The Brule Formation was deposited between 34 and 30 million years ago, roughly the Rupelian (Oligocene). It is a sequence of fine grained clastic rocks ...

Geologic Formations - Badlands National Park (U.S. National Park ...

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The tannish brown Brule Formation was deposited between 30 and 34 million years ago. As the climate began to dry and cool, the forest gave way to open ...

geographic names for members of the brule formation of the big ...

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The Brulc formation as it is exposed in the Big Badlands of South Dakota is divided ... portion oi the Brule formation as it occurs in northwestern Nebraska. Oligo-.

The Fossils of the White River Badlands - Home

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At the top of the Chadron Formation, these sediments shift into the Brule Formation which itself is divided into the lower Scenic Member and the Poleslide  ...

Badlands National Park - The Paleontology Portal

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Chadron Formation (37-34 million years ago): The lithology of this formation primarily consists ... Brule Formation (34-30 million years ago): These sediments are ...

Preliminary Biostratigraphy of the White River Group (Oligocene ...

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Jan 1, 1986 ... m) of terrigenous sediment. divisible into the Chadron Formation and Brule. Formation (Orella and Whitney members) on criteria similar to ...

Geology of the Early Arikareean Sharps Formation on the Pine ...

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Oct 23, 2012 ... The original description of the Sharps Formation [3] described a strata occurring between the Monroe Creek Formation and the Brule Formation ...

Fossils of The Badlands of South Dakota - Northern State University

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Fossils may be formed by molding, casting, or by permineralization. ... The Brule formation is made of layered sedimentary rock that formed between 34 and 29 ...

(Eomyidae, Rodentia) from the Brule Formation, Nebraska - JStor

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ella Member, Brule Formation, Sioux County,. Nebraska. Discussion.-Burke ( 1934) originally as- signed two species to Paradjidaumo, P. minor. (Douglass ...

Analytical modeling of a fracture zone in the Brule Formation as an ...

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Because the aquifer is laterally limited and the Brule Formation beyond the major fracture zone has finite hydraulic conductivity, real late-time behavior falls ...

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Geology of Badlands National Park - Geology of National Parks

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equivalent marine rocks make up the Fox Hills Formation and Pierre Shale in ... ( Eocene), the Chadron Formation (Eocene), the Brule Formation (Oligocene), ...

Chadron, Brule, and Arikaree Formations in North Dakota

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Nov 28, 2007 ... The Brule Formation is composed of pinkish/brown to gray/green complexly interbedded claystones, calcareous mudstones, siltstones, ...

Badlands Fossils - The Virtual Fossil Museum

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Badlands Fossils, including the White River Badlands, Badlands of South Dakota (Brule Formation) and Proximal Areas. The page within: Fossil Sites ...